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Birmingham and the Blues

Keith Law is a gigging musician and song writer now based in the west country. In the mid – late 60s he was Birmingham based. Around this time he came into contact with Robert Plant and the Band of Joy. In this oral history clip .
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Velvett Fogg

Not all the biographies mention that after Mythology disappeared in a puff of smoke sometime in the first half of 1968, Tony Iommi was involved in a band called Velvett Fogg. The band would eventually record an album with Tony’s cousin on guitar. Very .
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Rare Breed gig advert

Rare Breed gig advert for 13th January 1968 at Cofton Country Club, Warren Lane, Rednal


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Tony Iommi Patchwork Jacket

This Jacket is certainly one of the coolest historical Black Sabbath items ever ! The jacket was bought by Tony Iommi in 1969 and wore it out through Sabbath's early tours adding stickers and patches along the way.The Jacket was donated by Tony Iommi to Hard Rock and is currently in display at Hard Rock in Berlin,Germany.


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Melody Maker (1969)

Melody Maker (1969) - The Blues still dominated the front pages up until the late 60's.


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